Along with design cues, the upcoming Bajaj N160 will share the same platform as the N250 and the F250.
Bajaj is all set to debut the N160 in India. After being spotted multiple times during testing on the road, speculations citing dealer sources suggest that the company could launch the motorcycle in the second half of this month. Unlike its quarter-litre sibling, Bajaj is likely to launch just the streetfighter version of the motorcycle and skip out on the faired one.
Recent spy shots have revealed ample details regarding the motorcycle. The motorcycle is expected to carry forward the same design ethos as the N250. In addition to this, even the underpinning of the upcoming motorcycle will be shared with its elder siblings. Instead of the oil-cooled engine in the N250, the N160 will come with air-cooling.
Currently, at the helm of the performance-oriented 160-cc motorcycles in India is the TVS Apache RTR 160 4V. The latest upgrades on the motorcycle have made it an even better proposition. The standard upgrades across the series include a new headlamp assembly with a signature Daytime Running Lamp (DRL), gear shift indicator, and three ride modes (Urban, Sport, and Rain).
In addition to this, the top-end variant of the Apache RTR 160 4V and the Special Edition comes with the TVS SmartXonnect Bluetooth connectivity system. The special edition also benefits from the adjustable clutch and brake levers, an exclusive Matte Black colour with red alloy wheels, and a new seat pattern.